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Stephanie Hurlburt
Graphics Engineer & Entrepreneur. making Basis, an image compressor. ❤️ . Khronos Group. Prev Oculus, Unity. VR, C++, graphics. She/her.
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Paul Snively 1h
Replying to @sehurlburt
I did a _lot_ in C++. All sorts of Mac applications, games, security software, you name it. I kept , , , & around always.
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Stephanie Hurlburt 2h
Replying to @TechLloyd
Argh I know, silly video compression. You can kind of see it though
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Stephanie Hurlburt 2h
Replying to @paul_snively
What kind of applications were you working on? What were your favorite books? 🙂
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SwiftOnSecurity 11h
Replying to @sehurlburt
This story is a really good lesson to everyone, that human cruelty can be a runaway train and you can become blinded even as you profess how much you care. I think about it constantly. cw: self-harm
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SwiftOnSecurity 12h
Replying to @sehurlburt
Stephanie, you are completely correct. This matches my experience as I’ve matured and really come to terms with the implicit threats I can muster even by accident. As you scale up in followers your social responsibility increases exponentially.
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Prasanna K 12h
TL;DR Startups are bought not sold => Art not popsicles Your value = opportunity/scarcity Champion must believe in a BIG opportunity Deals happen cos of warm relationships. Friend 'em early Fear (FOMO) + greed (large opportunity) => big outcome for you
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Stephanie Hurlburt 12h
Replying to @sehurlburt
So, is it worth risking someone’s safety because of the thing you’re mad about? Friends, I’m guessing not. Keep that shit off Twitter. This has been today’s public service announcement.
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Stephanie Hurlburt 12h
Replying to @sehurlburt
I want to elaborate in light of some recent Twitter drama. The reason is that esp if you have lots of followers, calling negative attention to someone can not only send a swarm of negativity their way but threaten their safety. (If you question that you don’t know Twitter well.)
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Stephanie Hurlburt Apr 7
Twitter etiquette I started following over a year ago: Each time I mention or quote-tweet someone, I imagine my followers’ possible replies. If they’re overall negative in any way, I either don’t post or anonymize the tweet. Even if I was doing it to highlight an important issue.
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*:・゚✧ Samantha ✧・゚:* Apr 20
✨🌸💍🤙Hidey shelf is complete!! Sanded it a bit this morning. Embedded an rfid in resin which is the key! 🤗💍🌸✨ Come by on Tuesday if you wanna learn more about how it works!
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amy nguyen 14h
"I want to be the Mr Rogers of senior engineers" -
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Stephanie Hurlburt 13h
Replying to @adamtcroft
Well, they do have an online store with tons of images as well as in-store experiences. But I'll see! It'll be a public talk, so more than just Nike there and anyone in Portland welcome to join.
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Stephanie Hurlburt 13h
Replying to @sehurlburt
(Deconstruct is a conference that's particularly great about doing this-- if you want to go and can't afford it, they're *so* generous about giving scholarships, just reach out: )
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Stephanie Hurlburt 13h
Replying to @sehurlburt
The wild thing about all this? I'm not spending a dime on any of this, not even the conferences I'm not speaking at. This is why I put my foot down & insist conferences always give out free tickets to underprivileged attendees. They already give free tickets to well known folks.
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Stephanie Hurlburt 13h
Lots of events coming up! Next week - Speaking about compression at the Women in Tech Regatta conference in Seattle 2 weeks later - Microsoft Build conference in Seattle, then speaking about compression at Nike HQ in Portland 2 weeks later - Deconstruct conference in Seattle
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Stephanie Hurlburt 13h
Replying to @sehurlburt
Video with some of the core ideas:
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Stephanie Hurlburt 13h
Oh, just recommended this book to me! He says anyone who might be dealing with mergers or acquisitions should read it to make sure you're approaching the deal with the right perspective. Said it completely shifts your mindset. 👀
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arxiv Apr 20
Video Compression through Image Interpolation.
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Frank He 14h
Published work, together with our experiments, consistently show that bare-metal peak performance is inaccessible to software written in plain CUDA and without a deeper understanding of the hardware compared to what is currently publicly available. RIP
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Stephanie Hurlburt 15h
Replying to @0xdaeda1a
Solid point
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